50 shades of Autumn

50 shades of Autumn

October was a beautiful month at Green Gables, when the birches in the hollow turned as golden as sunshine and the maples behind the orchard were royal crimson and the wild cherry trees along the lane put on the loveliest shades of dark red and bronzy green, while the fields sunned themselves in the aftermaths. Anne reveled in the world of color about her…. “I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers. It would be terrible if we just skipped from September to November, wouldn’t it?…” ~Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874–1942), Anne of Green Gables, 1908


After three weeks of being sick in bed I was so despite to get out and take in some fresh air. So yesterday I ventured out to get some fresh air and blow three weeks of cobwebs off me, I headed to my favourite gardens and found Autumn in all her beautiful glory.


October is by far the most beautiful month, nature becomes a rainbow that you can touch. I’m not going to write too much today because the pictures say it all. What is your favourite month?


I must visit Biddulph gardens at least once a month, over the last year I have seen the gardens go through every season, seen flowers come alive, spent hours lay in the grass with the sun beating down on me, now im seeing the gardens at there best and I wanted to share it with you.


Look how happy I look!


How pretty is this tree! it reminds me of a rainbow.


Did Autumn really happen if you didn’t take a picture of your feet in the leaves?!


Pretty in pink.


Although I didn’t stay as long as I wanted to ( after a couple of hours I started to get a bad head from trying to focus, i’m still getting over my ear infection and just trying to push myself a little each day. ) I really enjoyed being back outside and am so happy I haven’t missed Autumn in all her glory.




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